Adam Dippold is a journalist writing for Qubit.hu. Previously he worked at the publishing industry. He has a master’s degree in philosophy and a bachelor’s degree in liberal arts.
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A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Pete Ianetta about Legumes popularity
Interview with Pete Ianetta, molecular ecologist at the James Hutton Institute. Happiness is home grown : the importance of legumes in the western world, a scientist’s opinion Legumes are healthy foods in their own right, which also help to improve soil quality. Nevertheless, grain legumes account for only 1-4% of crop rotation. Pete Iannetta believes the ...
A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Bálint Balázs about Legumes popularity
Despite their nutritional value, legumes are deeply underrated. Bálint Balázs, senior researcher at ESSR, a research facility based in Hungary, explains the importance of growing and eating legumes. Beans, for example, are associated with poverty, but at the end of the day, they could save the planet.
Bean there, done that : why we should eat more beans and legumes in general
The world needs more protein, but animal-based protein intake is by no means sustainable. Legumes are a good alternative to meat and thanks to their biological nitrogen fixation capacities, they also benefit the environment.